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There has been a murder in the quiet seaside village of Sutherlandtown....

Agatha Webb and her cook are found dead in the early hours of the morning after a successful party, and it seems just about anyone could be the killer. Some suspect her aging husband; others think it a robbery gone too far. 

A few nosy villagers draw a connection between this murder and the deaths of her six children so many years prior: Was she truly a victim, a grieving mother? Or did she play some role in these deaths? 

The list of suspects grows when a certain wealthy townsmen is blackmailed by someone who believes he murdered Agatha Webb and her cook. 

In the end, it is up to the young Detective Caleb Sweetwater, a native of Sutherlandtown, to untangle this mystery, find the true killer, and bring them to justice. 

Public Domain (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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Enjoyable Early Mystery

Enjoyable 1899 mystery, made better on audio, I suspect than reading it. Quite a few turns here and there. The most enjoyable aspect are Green's characters and how the narrator portrays them so well.

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